Japan and Greater China: Political Economy and Military Power in the Asian Century
This work presents a comprehensive analysis of the political and strategic relationship between Japan and China, each of which aspires to a global status commensurate with its economic and military might.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Images and Attitudes
Bilateral Security Relations
8 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
Japan and Greater China: Political Economy and Military Power in the Asian ...
Greg Austin,Stuart Harris
No preview available - 2001
accept activities affairs aid program Asia Asian become bilateral chapter Chinese concerns considerable continue cooperation countries crisis cultural decades dependence diplomacy Direct Investment discussed domestic early East economic effect emerged example exports firms forces foreign future given global greater growing Hong Kong impact important increased industry influence institutions interests investment investors involved issue Japan and China Japan-China Japanese Japanese government Korea leaders leadership less limited loans major ment military Minister move nuclear official participation particular period political position potential Press pressure problems production projects reasons reflected reform regional relations relationship relative remain response role sector share South South Korea strategic strong substantial suggest Taiwan technology transfer tion Tokyo trade United weapons World
Sino-Japanese Relations: Facing the Past, Looking to the Future?
No preview available - 2004
All Book Search results »
Building a Neighborly Community: Post-Cold War China, Japan, and Southeast Asia
Daojiong Zha,Zha Daojiong,Weixing Hu
No preview available - 2006